The San Diego regional office of investment and development firm JPI announced that it is building a 332-unit luxury apartment complex in Anaheim.
To be constructed at 1910 S. Jacaranda Way the intersection of East Gene Autry Way and South State College Blvd., the six-story Rev at Platinum Park will include 14,600 square feet of commercial space.
The architect is Architects Orange and JPI California Construction is the general contractor.
Apartments will range in size from 601 square feet to 1,586 square feet. Rents have yet to be set and the construction cost of the project was not disclosed.
JPI’s financial partners in the project are MORE Residential and Bridge Bank.
“We’ve been in this market for a long time, so we have a unique opportunity to serve the residents of Anaheim,” said Rosie Cooper, executive vice president and regional managing partner at JPI.
“Our research has shown that residents aren’t just looking for a nice place to live – they are looking for a place that fits their lifestyle,” Cooper said.
The multifamily-focused JPI was founded 30 years ago and has its corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas, with other regional offices in Arizona and New York.